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Your router is not safe by default: Hackers love unchanged passwords

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Berlin (dpa) — People are generally aware of the danger posed to computers and smartphones by malicious software and cyber criminals, but often they don’t consider that their internet router can also be targeted. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to increase your router’s security. Firstly, whether your router is brand new or you’ve had it for some time, it’s vital to change the factory-set default password. The next step is to activate automatic firmware updates. These will help to protect your router from the latest malware. If the router doesn’t offer auto-updates, you should check …

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